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Re: needs must when the disabled ( don't ) drive

Posted: Tue Jan 26, 2010 10:20 am
by becks77
That is just brilliant, where can I get one?! :thumbright:

Re: needs must when the disabled ( don't ) drive

Posted: Tue Jan 26, 2010 11:34 am
by Green Aura
That's brilliant :thumbright: Perfect for the job - especially transporting kitty to the vets :lol: My new kitten gets done on Thursday - so we'll have wailing at either end of the mainland!

Re: needs must when the disabled ( don't ) drive

Posted: Tue Jan 26, 2010 4:57 pm
by brett53
Green Aura wrote:That's brilliant :thumbright: Perfect for the job - especially transporting kitty to the vets :lol: My new kitten gets done on Thursday - so we'll have wailing at either end of the mainland!


huh , her ladyship would complain bitterly if its anything less than a taxi :shock: - any ways shes had her op and is "recovering" in front of the fire at the mo - looks very odd with a big patch of fur missing - and has complained long and loud about the awful treatment she has received today - no breakfast ( now remedied ) - and having to suffer the indignity of large doggies sniffing her cat carrier + the disruption to her important routine by her awful manservant ( if she could sack me she would at the mo :lol: )

cats don't HAVE owners - they have STAFF !! :cat: :glasses5:

ho hum ................. :banghead:

Re: needs must when the disabled ( don't ) drive

Posted: Wed Jan 27, 2010 11:37 am
by brett53
pics as promised:

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all hooked up and ready to go - first trip - 2 large bags of shopping and 3 X 65 ltr - storage bins - round ones which will make good water filters -( more bungee straps and odd looks :lol:) - but more of those anon - as they will be part of the grey water filter i am planning :wink: - only 4 quid each too - try buying a water tank for that

and YES that IS a tax disk you see on the scoot - we have to tax them now if a class 3 machine - 8 mph and road legal - also whilst insurance is not compulsory here YET - only a fool drives a scoot without any - in these "blame and claim days "

Re: needs must when the disabled ( don't ) drive

Posted: Fri May 07, 2010 10:44 am
by surlymonkey
You could stick a spare battery in the trailer to power the scooter, get more miles under your belt!

Easy rider! :cheers: